1. Trade between India & US can grow thrice during Donald Trump’s presidency: RHC founder Shalabh Kumar

Trade between India & US can grow thrice during Donald Trump’s presidency: RHC founder Shalabh Kumar

Republican Hindu Coalition (RHC) founder Shalabh Kumar today said that the newly elected American President is friendly to India and the country should make the most out of it.

By: | New Delhi | Published: March 18, 2017 5:54 PM
The Shalabh’s Republican Hindu Coalition raised support for the newly elected president among the Hindus during the Presidential campaign. (Reuters)

Stating that the trade relation between India and US has the potential to increase from 100 billion USD to 300 billion USD during Donald Trump’s term of office, Republican Hindu Coalition (RHC) founder Shalabh Kumar today said that the newly elected American President is friendly to India and the country should make the most out of it. The contender for the next American Ambassador to India said that while India is the 9th largest trading partner for US and US the 2nd largest for the country, during Trump’s presidentship India can replace China or Russia and make US its major partner.

The Shalabh’s Republican Hindu Coalition raised support for the newly elected president among the Hindus during the Presidential campaign. Over the racial recent attacks on Indian techies in US, Shalabh said, “There are racially motivated attacks in the US and all over the world. How the US government reacts to these attacks is important. In such crimes, investigators should be allowed to do their job. Once the FBI said that the Kansas attack was racially motivated, President Trump while addressing the joint houses of Congress said that there was no place for racial attacks in the US.”

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Further on the concerns over the proposed cutting down of H1B visas likely to hit the Indian IT industry he said, “There are racially motivated attacks in the US and all over the world. How the US government reacts to these attacks is important. In such crimes, investigators should be allowed to do their job. Once the FBI said that the Kansas attack was racially motivated, President Trump while addressing the joint houses of Congress said that there was no place for racial attacks in the US.”

Shalabh also asserted that Donald Trump had cleared that efforts will be put on curbing the rise of cross-border terrorism from Pakistan. He claimed that the arrest of one of Pakistan’s top terrorist can be attributed to Trump’s appointment at the White House.

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